Photoactivated platelet rich plasma (PRP) based patient-specific bio-ink for cartilage tissue engineering

In the treatment of cartilage damage, the use of platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a personal therapeutic aid resource. In this study, it was aimed to increase the clinical effectiveness of this cocktail, which consists of growth factors necessary for wound healing and tissue regeneration. In this direction, photo-active and photo-crosslinkable bio-ink has been used…

Effects of intraovarian injection of autologous platelet rich plasma on ovarian reserve and IVF outcome parameters in women with primary ovarian insufficiency

Following Ovarian injection of PRP prepared with T-LAB PRP kit in 311 patients suffering from Primary Ovarian Insufficiency where 186 had an antral follicle count of ‘0’; only 87 patients (27,8%) had no antral follicle while 64,8% experienced an improvement in terms of antral follicle count. 82 (26,4% ) of patients developed embryos, 25 of…